— 2016 —

Global Developer Report

By GitLab

Increase deployment speed and automation with GitLab + OpenShift

Summary

Transitioning from siloed development and operations teams to DevOps doesn’t happen overnight. It’s a journey that requires making iterative changes as teams figure out how to build a culture where building, testing, and releasing software can happen readily and reliably.

One of the major challenges of the transition to DevOps is managing the delivery of applications across multiple, potentially varied infrastructure and environments. For many teams, deployment of software still requires complicated installation and integration. However, adopting a container strategy can help.

In this webcast, we will cover: 

What are containers?

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The DevOps Journey: Using Containers

The role of containers in adopting and scaling DevOps workflows

Achieving faster deployments with a container strategy

Meet the Presenter

Jason has over 15 years of experience as a software engineer, with over 10 of those during his time as Red Hat. He is currently working as a Partner Technical Marketing Engineering on the OpenShift Ecosystem team where he provides direction and technical advice for applications integrating with OpenShift. Prior to that, Jason's experience includes being a core contributor on multiple OpenStack projects and leading the team for the Red Hat Satellite content management project.

Jason Dobies
Principal Software Engineer | Red Hat

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5 pm UTC; 1 pm EDT; 10 am PDT

How to deploy from GitLab to a container using OpenShift

Meet the Presenter

DJ grew up on a farm in the Canadian Prairies where it is common to have to fix your own tools and equipment. This didn't change when computers became the tools, and he discovered the joy of development while pursuing a career in IT. He has been working as a developer at various sized companies since 2008 and is excited to be able to finally work in the open source community with GitLab.

David 'DJ' Mountney
Senior Build Engineer | GitLab

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